“Bell writes a meaty romance that you can’t put down, and it’s a worthy addition to the M/M contemporary romance genre.” —RT Book Reviews on Loose Cannon (Woodbury Boys #1)
Premed student Tobias Benton is making amends for his past. He keeps his head down, mouth shut and colors within the lines. But when his close friend Ghost goes missing, Tobias will do whatever it takes to get answers—including using blackmail to enlist some help. The last thing he’s looking for is romance.
Private investigator Sullivan Tate isn’t above a little breaking and entering to solve a case, but when Tobias catches him in the act, it’s almost game over. Their uneasy alliance only gets more complicated when Sullivan learns that Tobias shares his interest in kink. Mixing sex and work could kill Sullivan’s career, but Tobias’s acceptance of Sullivan’s darkest urges is nearly impossible to resist.
Side by side, Tobias and Sullivan spend their days searching for the truth and their nights fulfilling their respective fantasies. But the answers they seek are far more dangerous than they realize, and soon they find themselves fighting for more than just each other.
This book is approximately 120,000 words
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I really felt torn about this one. Totally loved the MCs and their relationship. However, I’m ambivalent re the whole story line. I couldn’t believe that any PI worth their salt couldn’t figure out what had happened to that kid way back when, when I guessed like halfway into the first chapter. Seriously??? A 10 year old girl disappears and the only place they check is missing person records under her real name and SS#. I’ve not read book one in this series (and probably won’t from what I’ve gleaned from the blurb and references in this book - Mafia stuff not my thing). I would check out book 3 though, Ghost is fascinating.